“From that time, in all weathers, she waited there two hours… When it was not too wet or inclement for her child to be with her, they went together; at other times she was alone; but she never missed a single day.” Continue reading
Since we’ve been discussing a lot about our innovation projects in English class, I decided to explore on what kinds of projects related to food are out there. Surprisingly, I found this really cool company, which works to find new … Continue reading
A few days ago in class, I observed an activity my teacher created, called “Crows vs. Crops.” In this, one student sat facing three other students who were sitting side by side. We all are working on an innovation project, … Continue reading
Hello! Unlike Mahum, in this post I will be sharing GOOD cooking innovations. Some can help save time for food preparation and take the boredom out of day-to-day tasks in the kitchen. While, others are just creative and cool. Sometimes the funny, creative ones end up being more successful than the practical ones because they’re different and cool, kinda like pillowpets!
These days companies are creating all new crazy innovations to attract consumers. Especially in the food industry, you’ll find lots of great innovative products. However, some of them aren’t very successful and turn out to be bad ideas. Here are some bad food innovations:
Canned Cheeseburger by Trekking Mahlzeiten
This is a burger stored in a can and all you need to do is to put the can in hot water for two minutes. After two minutes you can take it out and it’ll be ready to eat instantly. First of all I don’t know who want to eat a hamburger that has been stored in a can. Secondly, it doesn’t taste as good and has a shelf life of 12 months, which makes me so disgusted because I don’t know who would want to eat something that has been sitting there for a year. Continue reading